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David's Battle Circuit (DBC) & David's Battle Unit (DBU)
The DBC is a Tamiya compatible battle circuit for Heng Long S&S tanks. It allows Heng Long owners to particpiate in battles using infrared "bullets" on an equal footing with Tamiya Full-Option tanks equipped with Tamiya Battle Units (TBU), complete with simulated damage affecting speed and variable weight classes. In addition, the DBC offers momentum simulation, and options to disable the "super-spin" feature and recoil while firing. A DBC requires either an Tamiya TBU, or a DBU sensor if battling is desired. A DBC is available in kit form.
There are two versions of the DBC:
The DBU is a TBU compatible IR detector and hit indicator. It can be mounted on Tamiya Full Option tanks, or on DBC equipped Heng Long tanks. It is available in kit form, and requires the user to provide their own connecting and mounting hardware. Sunlight filtering or horizontal baffling is recommended for outdoor use.
As of Jan 15, 2011, all new DBC orders are shipping with enhanced code to permit better mobility when damaged. A replacement CPU chip with the enhanced code can be purchased for older DBCs for $12/each. Contact me for details.
For a fully operational battling tank, most users will need:
Also available are DBC-3 units, designed to offer superb sound quality and compatibility with hobby grade radios, in a preassembled package. Available exclusively from BattleArmorRC
Current Kit Prices & Approximated Stock Availability:
These have been discontinued, thanks for the support over the years.
Contact me for International or large orders.
Payment by Paypal
To order, email me at
darkith /@/ gmail \dot\ com (remove the slashes and replace "dot" with a period)
Kit orders are done in batches, depending on demand, and may take several weeks if not in stock. Occasionally, an order of kits will sell out before it arrives, so ordering even when stock is not available is recommended.
Policy: Note that these units are KITS and require the assembler to have basic soldering skills and tools. A voltmeter is handy for testing.
This is a hobby/side business of mine, it make take several days for me to package an order and drop it off at the postoffice.
Due to the kit nature of these products, all sales are final!!! The end user is responsible for all assembly and testing, and any damage done to the kits during this phase. At my discretion, I may replace questionable parts. If you ask nicely, I will assist in debugging, or perform hands on testing (shipping at buyer's cost). Most users with some soldering experience can handle these kits, but if you do not agree with these policies, please do not order. You may want to consider ordering an assembled kit (see above).
Shipping costs include the cost of packaging, padding, tape, and my time/effort to fill out customs declarations and drop them off at the post office.
HL PzIII against FO Tamiya Sherman